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Operating Systems Solaris How to list group members in solaris 9 Post 302312374 by vr_mari on Friday 1st of May 2009 07:37:09 AM
Old 05-01-2009
Hi Seg

Thanks for your reply.Will your command provide the answer for only loged in users or it will list all the users in that group (including those are not logged in)...

Thanks
Maro
 

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GPASSWD(1)						      General Commands Manual							GPASSWD(1)

NAME
gpasswd - administer the /etc/group file SYNOPSIS
gpasswd group gpasswd -a user group gpasswd -d user group gpasswd -R group gpasswd -r group gpasswd [-A user,...] [-M user,...] group DESCRIPTION
gpasswd is used to administer the /etc/group file (and /etc/gshadow file if compiled with SHADOWGRP defined). Every group can have adminis- trators, members and a password. System administrator can use -A option to define group administrator(s) and -M option to define members and has all rights of group administrators and members. Group administrator can add and delete users using -a and -d options respectively. Administrators can use -r option to remove group pass- word. When no password is set only group members can use newgrp(1) to join the group. Option -R disables access to the group through new- grp(1) command. gpasswd called by a group administrator with group name only prompts for the group password. If password is set the members can still new- grp(1) without a password, non-members must supply the password. FILES
/etc/group - group information /etc/gshadow - shadow group information SEE ALSO
newgrp(1), groupadd(8), groupdel(8), groupmod(8), grpck(8) AUTHOR
Rafal Maszkowski <rzm@pdi.net> GPASSWD(1)

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